Carlos Boudet, DDS DICOI
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Dental Implants

General Dentistry
Implants - Invisalign
Porcelain Crowns

Upper Molar Implant

This slide shows a missing upper molar which makes it difficult to eat on this side. The patient wanted an implant.

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Upper Molar Implant

An implant was placed where the molar was missing, and after a few month's waiting for the implant to fuse to the bone, the implant received a post and a crown. This is the closest thing to the patient's own tooth.

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Immediately Loaded Implants

Sometimes the patient does not want to wait without teeth and requires the teeth to be placed onto the implant right away. In this case all the lower teeth were placed on the implants the day after the implant surgery.

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Immediately Loaded Implants

This is a panoramic radiograph of the previous patient showing the implants that were placed in strategic locations to support the forces placed on the teeth during normal function

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Denture to Fixed Bridge

This patient had a removable denture held by implants, replacing the missing teeth that kept breaking. After years putting up with the discomfort and inconvenience of the removable denture she requested something fixed.

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Denture to Fixed Bridge

The patient received newly designed posts on her implants that allowed her to have a fixed (non-removable) bridge and to get rid of her old denture which covered part of the roof of her mouth.

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Implants For The Front Teeth

Patients that loose the upper front teeth, loose bone also and the gums shrink. This patient shows what can be done when there is too much bone loss in order to make the teeth look good.

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Missing Lateral Incisor

This patient lost a lateral incisor and needed to replace it. A bridge would have been an acceptable option, but required grinding on the adjacent teeth. and tied the three teeth together.

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Missing Lateral Incisor

An implant was placed and a crown cemented on it. The implant was the best treatment choice available, and allowed the patient to function the same as her natural teeth.

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Failing Dental Work

This patient had severely damaged teeth that kept breaking, and many missing teeth. She was also wearing a removable denture to replace the missing teeth and wanted something more comfortable and reliable.

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Failing Dental Work

The damaged teeth and missing teeth were replaced with implants, and the removable denture was eliminated. The patient is now very comfortable and extremely happy with the results.

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Mini Implants

This picture shows a very common solution for a loose mandibular denture. Placing four mini implants provides a lot of retention and stability and allows the patient to feel more secure and comfortable.

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Mini Implants

This picture shows the modification to the lower denture nd shows the o-ring housings and o-rings that hold the denture securely to the mini implants. The two most common reasons patients choose mini implants are cost and can be done without surgery.

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Two Implant Overdenture

Two regular implants placed in the area shown is the minimmum number of implants that can be placed to help hold a loose denture.

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Implants Help The Smile

Here you see a patient whose missing teeth affects her smile and appearance. Implant supported dentures will help her recover the lip support and her smile.

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Implants Help The Smile

With implant supported dentures and her bite and lip support restored, you can see a dramatic change in her smile.

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Implants Help The Smile

With implant supported dentures and her bite and lip support restored, you can see a dramatic change in her smile.

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Implants Help The Smile

With implant supported dentures and her bite and lip support restored, you can see a dramatic change in her smile.

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Dental Implant Services

Dental Implant Cases Treated By Dr. Boudet

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